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Sameer Bhardwaj
September 3, 2008
The mutual fund investments are subject to capital gains tax, which is applicable to gains from the sale of fund units. This tax is levied directly on investors, as opposed to DDT, which is charged to the fund. Let us consider the capital gains tax at the 2008-9 rates.


www.businesstoday.in
August 22, 2008
The only way to master the art of stock investing—low risk and high returns—is to take the time-tested route of long-term investing.


Priya Kapoor
August 22, 2008
Many employees are opting to be consultants to avoid deductions and reduce taxes. But watch out for the pitfalls before you become one.


www.businesstoday.in
August 22, 2008
There is no one-size-fits-all kind of ideal salary structure. It all depends on your needs and financial situation. Money Today shows you how people at different income levels and age profiles should restructure their pay packages.


N Venkatraman
August 22, 2008
It is important to structure a package in such a way that the basic is not too large to be taxed too much, but is large enough for the provident fund contribution to make sense.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
August 22, 2008
Once offered as a way of dodging tax, perks are today being used to retain employees and increase productivity.


www.businesstoday.in
August 22, 2008
The variable pay comprises the allowances and reimbursements that come to you as cash. Learn how to make the best use of them by rejigging their proportions in your compensation package.


Rajshree Kukreti
August 22, 2008
Your salary slip lists out the fixed part of your monthly take-home income. Here’s what you should know about the different components mentioned in the salary slip.


Rajshree Kukreti
August 22, 2008
Many companies are shedding the rigid salary structure and allowing employees to rejig their pay. Learn how to make the most of your income by restructuring your salary efficiently.How to redesign your pay structureHow to get the best of both worlds


Namrata Dadwal
August 22, 2008
With tips on issues ranging from career to buying a house, Pond covers every possible aspect of personal finance in a simple and engrossing style. But experienced investors may find the book of selective use, says Namrata Dadwal.


Kamya Jaiswal
August 21, 2008
If you are buying a pre-owned house, make sure you inspect it for structural and legal soundness to avoid any nasty surprises later on.


www.businesstoday.in
August 21, 2008
Kolkata-based Saibal and Sumana Sinha must understand expense accounting and invest the monthly surplus in mutual funds to exploit their risk appetite.


www.businesstoday.in
August 21, 2008
Yes, Section 24(b) of the Income Tax Act allows deduction of interest due on home loan from the head 'Income from house property'.


Dipen Sheth
August 21, 2008
Despite the recent bullish trend and hopes of a revival, Dipen Sheth opts to retain the 50% equity exposure and wait for the worst to be over.


Sameer Bhardwaj
August 21, 2008
While investors should consider several risk-return measures before investing, an important factor to take into account is the manner in which income or profits from investments are taxed.


Rohit Saran
August 21, 2008
Some of the most profound lessons in life are also the simplest. This issue's cover story explains one more tenet of financial wisdom-that the composition of your salary can be as important as the amount.


Sudhir Gore and Rakesh Rai
August 8, 2008
A new stream of mutual fund investors from non-metros is making money—and a difference.


www.businesstoday.in
August 8, 2008
Buying funds randomly does not a portfolio make. You must have a strategy that determines which funds to buy and how much to invest in each. Here are five questions to help you decide whether a particular fund should be in your portfolio. Turn overleaf to understand your fund’s investment style.


Dipen Sheth
August 8, 2008
Mutual fund investing is a bit like marriage. A bad year is hardly the reason to quit. If you don’t consider divorce as an option when you begin, chances are your marriage will last.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
August 8, 2008
The second Money Today-Value Research annual guide to help you review and revise your fund portfolio.All you Want to Know about mutual fundsFunds to weather the bear marketsArchive: First mutual fund guideSmall towns, big investments


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